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Q: How do I remove and replace the power supply in the Hudson 915 6-bay case?A: Note: Before disconnecting power leads, note each connection location for later use. Creating a diagram of the connections can be helpful.
Remove the power supply
Replace the power supply
- Turn off the computer, and then disconnect the power cord.
- Remove the computer case left side panel.
- If desired for more stability, you can carefully lay the computer on its right side.
- Inside the case, the power supply is located in the upper rear corner.
- Disconnect all the power leads. At the minimum, there are power leads to each drive and two leads to the motherboard.
- On the rear of the computer case, remove the four screws that secure the power supply to the computer case.
- Slide the power supply toward the front of the case about one inch, and then remove it from the case.
- Verify that the voltage switch is set to the proper voltage for your area. In the United States, the voltage switch needs to be set at 115.
- Align the power supply so that the tabs inside the computer case align with the slots on the top of the power supply.
- Slide the power supply to the rear of the case, and then secure it with four screws.
- Connect the power leads to the internal devices and the motherboard.
- Replace the computer case left side panel.
- Connect the computer's power cord, and then turn on the computer.